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Rupert
08/24/09 12:07pm

For a particular one-dimensional differential equation (relating to gravitational acceleration), I have been able to express 'time' as a function of 'position'. The function includes both linear and logarithmic terms, and thus, of course, I am unable to express position explictly as a function of time.

I am able to plot time as a function of position, but wish to plot position as a function of time. Is this possible e.g. by reflecting about 'y = x'?

If the original function were indeed a multi-valued map, how does mathematica deal with inversion, in particular with plotting the inverse map?

Many thanks,

Rupert

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